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  • 360

    (32,583 listeners)

    hip-hop, australian, aussie hip-hop, underground hip-hop

    There are multiple artists with the name 360. 1) An Australian MC 2) A ska band from Birmingham, England 3) A collaboration of Nuno dos Santos and Patrice Bäumel

  • All The Colours

    (11,830 listeners)

    electropop, synthpop, indie pop, indie rock

    Pop, Rock band from Melbourne, Australia Featuring Josh Moriarty of Miami Horror, Jonathan Toogood, Josh Mann and Jonathan Bramley of Betchadupa.

  • Anti-Flag

    (741,685 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, political, political punk

    Anti-Flag is a punk rock band based in the United States, formed in 1988 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and known for its outspoken left-wing political views, focusing on anti-war activism, imperialism, class struggle, human rights, and other sociopolitical sentiments.

  • Asta

    (18,829 listeners)

    indie, australian, tasmanian, pop

    ASTA is the winner of Triple J's 2012 Unearthed High competition. I sing, I write, I hum, I tap. I pretty much love all genres of music.

  • Beni

    (87,611 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, electronic, electro

    There are more than one artist named Beni: 1. Beni, a DJ from Australia 2. BENI is a Japanese pop singer, currenly signed to the Universal Music Japan record label. She made her debut as a member of the defunct supergroup Bishoujo Club 31, and was the first member of the group to pursue a solo career while being an active member.

  • Blood Red Shoes

    (523,705 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, garage rock, british

    Consisting of Steven Ansell (vocals and drums) and Laura-Mary Carter (vocals and guitar), they formed in Brighton, 2005 after their previous bands (Cat On Form and Lady Muck respectively) had broken up and they decided to "have a jam".

  • Brown Horn Orchestra

    (2 listeners)

  • Children Collide

    (53,982 listeners)

    australian, indie rock, indie, rock

    Children Collide are an indie rock band from Melbourne, Australia. Their debut album, The Long Now was released on 11 October 2008 and was produced by David Sardy.

  • Closure in Moscow

    (92,213 listeners)

    progressive rock, post-hardcore, experimental, progressive

    Closure in Moscow is a band based in Melbourne, Australia, formed in 2006. The band's sound has notably evolved since their early post-hardcore roots in The Penance and the Patience; now, they play a more experimental progressive rock style, evident in their recent release, Pink Lemonade.

  • Dangerous!

    (2,893 listeners)

    post-hardcore, rock, rock n' roll, screamo

    http://www.d-or-die.com/ Epitaph Records is proud to announce the signing of Dangerous!, with plans to release their debut album Teenage Rampage this summer. The four piece rock band from Down Under have a serious swagger and make a noise that's dangerously loud.

  • DCUP

    (25,284 listeners)

    electronic, funky, dreamwave, house

    The latest signee to Ajax’ record label, Sweat it Out, Dcup has already drawn comparisons with Treasure Fingers, Miami Horror, and Shazam, from influential names in the industry. He’s funk fuelled disco for right now.

  • Dead Letter Circus

    (49,763 listeners)

    alternative rock, progressive rock, australian, alternative

    Dead Letter Circus is a five-piece music group from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Their music style is a combination of melodic alternative rock and indie rock, with alternative metal and progressive rock influences.

  • DJ Yoda

    (73,256 listeners)

    turntablism, hip-hop, hip hop, dj

    DJ Yoda (born Duncan Beiny) is a British hip-hop turntablist. Between 1995 and 1998 he studied English and American Literature at the University of Warwick.

  • Doctor Werewolf

    (2,114 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, drum n bass, s y s l o v o

    Doctor Werewolf are a genre smashing, dancefloor defiling, dark'n'dirty styled club duo from Sydney, Australia. They variously describe their style as 'rave rock', 'chop shop', 'flaps out trash tunes' & acid rave glitch trip rock.

  • Dream On, Dreamer

    (45,263 listeners)

    post-hardcore, metalcore, electronic, screamo

    Dream On, Dreamer are a post-hardcore band from Melbourne, Australia. The members are: • Marcel Gadacz – Vocals • Callan Orr – Guitar • Zachary Britt – Guitar/Vocals • Daniel Jungwirth – Bass • Aaron Fiocca – Drums

  • Friendly Fires

    (876,743 listeners)

    electronic, indie, new rave, indietronica

    Friendly Fires are an indie band formed in 2006 in St Albans, United Kingdom. They consist of Ed MacFarlane (vocals), Edd Gibson (guitar) and Jack Savidge (drums). The band released their self-titled debut album on 1 September 2008. It contains the singles "Paris", "Jump in the Pool", and "Skeleton Boy".

  • Gossling

    (32,300 listeners)

    australian, indie pop, folk, female vocalists

    Gossling is singer/songwriter Helen Croome from Australia. Raised in country Victoria, Australia, Croome developed her musical interests thanks to family and the strong music culture of Albury/Wodonga. Her wise older brother kept her up-to-date with contemporary artists, whilst her parents’ music collection introduced her to the musical greats of Bach, Bowie and Meatloaf.

  • Home Brew

    (4,428 listeners)

    new zealand, rap, hip-hop, underground hip-hop

    Amazing hip hop from Auckland New Zealand. Enough said. Listen and buy their 2012 double album, or get their EP's for free, here: http://homebrew.bandcamp.com/

  • House vs. Hurricane

    (93,731 listeners)

    post-hardcore, trancecore, electronic, screamo

    In 2008, House Vs Hurricane exploded onto the Australian heavy music scene in a way that almost no other band has matched before or since. Their debut EP “Forfeiture” made the band the talk of every fan in the scene, and before long their key-driven hardcore influenced sound had them selling out rooms that bands further in their careers are still striving for.

  • Illy

    (22,178 listeners)

    australian, hip hop, hip-hop, aussie

    Illy (born 1986) is an emcee from Melbourne, Victoria. With his solo repertoire forged in his two-volume mixtape (released in 2007 and 2008 respectively), Illy marches forward as the new voice in Generation Now hip hop. A writer, a lyrical activist, an observer, and a poet, he treks through the global jigsaw with firm optimism and understanding of its rollercoaster nature.

  • Karnivool

    (136,439 listeners)

    progressive rock, alternative rock, australian, alternative

    Karnivool is a five-piece progressive rock group based in Perth, Australia that was formed by Ian Kenny in 1996, who at the time filled the roles of both guitarist and vocalist for the band while they played Carcass and Nirvana covers. Their name stems from the band being initially described by local fans as "a bunch of clowns".

  • Kate Miller-Heidke

    (79,145 listeners)

    australian, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, pop

    Kate Miller-Heidke (born 16 November 1981) is a singer-songwriter from Brisbane, Queensland. Although trained as an opera singer, she has followed a career in quirky pop music.

  • Kingswood

    (10,575 listeners)

    rock, indie rock, blues rock, alternative

    KINGSWOOD are a four-piece slab of classic indie rock from Melbourne Australia consisting of Fergus Linacre (lead vocals), Alex Laska (lead guitar & backing vocals), Jeremy Hunter (bass & vocals) and Justin Debrincat (drums & backing vocals).

  • Los Coronas

    (14,125 listeners)

    surf, surf rock, instrumental, instrumental surf

    Surfin' & Twangin' instro action from Madrid, Spain.

  • Luke Million

    (10,968 listeners)

    disco, nu-disco, house, australian

    Luke Million is the synth wizard from Australia's premier disco act The Swiss. In between touring and studio sessions with The Swiss, writing music for television and film and giving classical piano recitals; Luke has found time to whip up some disco delights in the form of a solo project.

  • Mat McHugh & The Seperatista Sound System

    (1 listener)

  • My Secret Circus

    (143 listeners)

    rapcore, alternative rock, post-grunge, rap rock

  • Pez

    (21,342 listeners)

    progressive rock, argentina, rock, experimental

    There are 4 artists which go by the name of Pez: 1) a hard, experimental Rock trio from Argentina 2) an Australian Emcee from Melbourne 3) an emcee based in Plymouth, UK 4) a producer from Holland*. 5) an electro-popartist from Holland

  • PhetstaUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (37,186 listeners)

    drum and bass, dnb, drum n bass, techstep

    Whetu Kay aka Phetsta was introduced to the D & B sound during his final year of High School in 2000 after relocating from New Zealand to Perth, Australia.

  • Pnau

    (291,026 listeners)

    electronic, australian, dance, electro

    Pnau is an Australian dance music duo originating from Sydney, Australia. The duo consists of musicians Nick Littlemore (vocals, production) and Peter Mayes (guitar, production).

  • Redcoats

    (3,475 listeners)

    stoner rock, hard rock, seen live x2, rock 'n' roll

    Australian band. Not to be confused with British band 'The Redcoats'. As with most musical endeavours, Redcoats started in a suburban lounge room back in 2007.

  • SaskwatchUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (12,384 listeners)

    soul, funk, female vocalists, indie

    Saskwatch is a nine-piece soul band from Melbourne, Australia fronted by Nkechi Anele and formed in 2008.

  • Shock One

    (63,998 listeners)

    drum and bass, liquid funk, dnb, drum n bass

    Coming from a traditionally trained musical background Shock One bring a unique sound to the drum and bass music scene. Discovering the sound through artists like Bad Company, Konflict and Ed Rush & Optical, it wasn’t long before Karl Thomas and Jay Burns, at the time playing in a metal band with members of Pendulum, were experimenting in the electronic music.

  • Slow Magic

    (87,057 listeners)

    chillwave, electronic, glo-fi, downtempo

    Slow magic is the sound made by an unknown imaginary friend. http://slowmagic.bandcamp.com/

  • Stonefield

    (14,396 listeners)

    rock, australian, hard rock, heavy metal

    Stonefield is an Australian rock band made up of four sisters, Amy, Hannah, Sarah, and Holly Findlay from Darraweit Guim, Victoria.

  • Tame Impala

    (635,780 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, psychedelic, indie rock, australian

    Tame Impala is a psychedelic rock band from Perth, Australia. It is the project of Kevin Parker who writes and records almost all of the music by himself.

  • The Amity Affliction

    (107,005 listeners)

    post-hardcore, hardcore, australian, emocore

    The Amity Affliction is a post-hardcore band originally from Gympie, Queensland. They have become one of the most well known hardcore bands in Australia through a strong touring ethic, a stunningly original sound and a commitment to creating a fun and exciting atmosphere within the scene.

  • The Cribs

    (667,301 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    The Cribs are an English 3-piece indie band from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England which formed in 2001 and consists of twins Gary and Ryan Jarman and their younger brother Ross.

  • THE ONLY

    (11,610 listeners)

    progressive house, house, electronic, dance

    Making their official debut on heavyweight labels such as Ministry of Sound and Onelove, they’ve been busy remixing for artists like Armand Van Helden and Dizzee Rascal, KillaQueenz, Tyken and The Cyberpunkers.

  • The Smith Street Band

    (9,316 listeners)

    folk punk, in concert, punk rock, wil wagner

    The Smith Street Band (formerly Wil Wagner and the Smith Street Band) are an Australian rock band based in Melbourne, Victoria, in which the titular Smith Street can be found. The band currently consists of vocalist/guitarist Wil Wagner, lead guitarist/vocalist Lee Hartney, bassist James "Fitzy" Fitzgerald and drummer/vocalist Chris Cowburn.

  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra

    (219,803 listeners)

    lo-fi, psychedelic, indie rock, indie

    Unknown Mortal Orchestra first dropped into the world in late 2010 as a bandcamp account carrying a single called ‘Ffunny Ffrends’.

  • UrthboyUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (29,602 listeners)

    hip-hop, aussie hip-hop, australian, rap

    Urthboy is an Australian MC, hailing from the Blue Mountains of New South Wales. He started out in the late 90s with the live hip-hop group Explanetary, alongside fellow MC Realistix, Elgusto (drums) and Luke Dubs (keys). The latter two went on to form Hermitude.

  • Van She

    (329,230 listeners)

    electronic, new rave, australian, electro

    Formed in the early part of 2005, Van She is a band from Sydney. Unashamedly taking bits and bobs from 80’s post punk, funk and synth pop, 90’s grunge, French house, film scores…

  • Winter PeopleUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (8,094 listeners)

    australian, folk, indie, post rock

    Winter People are a six piece hailing from Sydney, Australia. The band described their sound as "Post-Rock Folk music, blending the harmonies of the old world, with the distortions of the new. Songs of the modern wilderness".

  • Xavier Rudd

    (316,124 listeners)

    acoustic, folk, australian, singer-songwriter

    Xavier Rudd (born 1978) is a soulful Australian surf/roots artist from Torquay, Victoria (Australia), which is near the famous surfing location, Bells Beach.